TGIN “Natural” Wild Growth Vitamins Contain Synthetics Class Action

Tginesis, LLC makes vitamin products, including TGIN Wild Growth Vitamins Hair, Skin, + Nails Gummies. The complaint for this class action alleges that the company markets the product as “Natural” when it contains at least two artificial ingredients: Red No. 40, a synthetic food coloring, and citric acid, an artificial preservative.  Read more

TGIN Wild Growth Vitamins Hair, Skin, + Nails Gummies

Wesson Oil “Natural” Settlement

Conagra Brands, Inc., former Conagra Foods, Inc., is settling class actions alleging that it labeled certain of its cooking oils as “Natural” even though they were made from genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). The complaint alleged that Conagra violated laws involving the marketing, advertising, and sale of its oils.  Read more

Bottle of Wesson Vegetable Oil

Snapple “All Natural” Juice Drinks Labeling Class Action

Snapple Beverage Corp. makes Snapple brand fruit drinks that it advertises as being “All Natural,” although the complaint for this class action alleges they contain both citric acid, a chemical preservative, and added coloring. It claims that the product labeling is misleading.  Read more

Snapple All Natural Fruit Juice Drink

Robitussin Naturals Honey and Ivy Cough Relief Claims Class Action

GSK Consumer Health, Inc. makes a Robitussin Naturals “Cough Relief” product that it promotes as a dietary supplement that contains no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives but relieves coughs. The complaint brings suit against the company for three reasons—for its “natural” claims, for its druglike claims, and for claims that honey and ivy extract can  Read more

Robitussin Naturals Honey and Ivy Cough Relief

Muscle Feast 8-Hour Energy Pre-Workout Not “All Natural” Class Action

With consumers nowadays preferring more “natural” foods and drinks, companies attempt to make more sales by touting their products as “natural.” One of the companies that does this, the complaint for this class action alleges, is Muscle Feast, LLC, which makes a powdered product called 8-Hour Energy Pre-Workout, in a peach-mango flavor, which it advertises  Read more

Muscle Feast 8-Hour Energy Pre-Workout Peach Mango

Wahlburgers Pickles Contain Preservative Sodium Benzoate Class Action

Wahlburgers pickles are a product of two companies, the complaint for this class action alleges: Arkk Food Company, which it says controls the recipe for and distribution of the pickles, and Wahlburgers I, LLC which it says owns the Wahlburgers trademark and licenses it to Arkk. The complaint alleges that the companies advertise the pickles  Read more

Wahlburgers Fresh Dill Chips

Tom’s of Maine “Natural” Toothpastes Contain Synthetics Class Action

Tom’s of Maine, Inc. has a reputation for providing consumers with natural personal care products. At issue in this case are toothpastes made by Tom’s, which are labeled as “natural,” but which the complaint for this class action alleges contain synthetic ingredients.  Read more

Tom's Whole Care Peppermint Toothpaste

Schmidt’s “Natural” Deodorant Sticks Contain Jojoba Esters Class Action

Unilever United States, Inc. and Schmidt’s Deodorant Company, LLC are the companies responsible for a line of Schmidt’s deodorant sticks that they advertise as being “Natural Deodorant.” However, the complaint alleges that the deodorants in fact contain the artificial ingredient Jojoba Esters.  Read more

Schmidt’s Sandalwood and Citrus Natural Deodorant

Fanta “100% Natural Flavors” Piña Colada Contains Synthetic Flavor Class Action

The Coca-Cola Company makes a piña colada-flavored soft drink under its Fanta brand that the front label states contains “100% Natural Flavors.” But the complaint for this class action alleges that this claim is “false, deceptive, and misleading” because the drink contains DL-malic acid, a synthetic ingredient that provides the flavors of pineapple and coconut  Read more

Fanta Piña Colada Soft Drink with a Pineapple and a Coconut

Simply Tropical Juice Drink Contains PFAS Class Action

The Simply Orange Juice Company and its parent, the Coca-Cola Company, are the defendants in this class action about Simply Tropical juice drink. The complaint alleges that the drink, which is marketed as “All Natural,” actually contains per- and polyfluoralkyl substances (PFAS), synthetic chemicals which accumulate in the body and which have been associated with  Read more

Simply Tropical Juice Drink